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Puberty Blues: How times change!

Posted by: 2UE | 16 August, 2012 - 8:40 AM
Puberty Blues: how times have changed

From racking off and pashing off, to panel vans and Chiko Rolls, the new Puberty Blues shows how drastically Sydney has changed in 30 years. What are your memories of the era of Puberty Blues?

Jason Morrison and Kathy Lette discuss the changes, and the nostalgic memories of the era of surf boards, cars, boys and awakening feminist consciousness encapsulated by the book and film Puberty Blues.

We remember fondly the times, and celebrate the awakening from our sexism slumber and the new era of cosmopolitan Sydney, and the teenagers of today.


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